Brown Consulting’s Gary Spence and Associates’s Graham Scott seal their business merger with a handshake.
Brown Consulting’s Gary Spence and Associates’s Graham Scott seal their business merger with a handshake. Contributed

Firms unite to grow business

CENTRAL Queensland civil and structural engineering firm Graham Scott and Associates this month merged with specialist infrastructure consultancy Brown Consulting.

GSA director Graham Scott said the merger would help deliver larger and more complex projects.

"With 19 years local experience, Graham Scott and his team are well known and well respected in the community," managing director of Brown Consulting, Gary Spence, said.

"The combination of Brown Consulting's national and international experience and Graham's local knowledge, will enable us to grow the business and better service the mining industry and government clients."

Projects undertaken by GSA include public works infrastructure, urban subdivisions, commercial buildings and mining infrastructure for local and state governments, private developers and builders, and national resources companies.



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